Zodiac Signs: A Warning, Zodiac Sign Warning!

Zodiac Signs: A Warning, Zodiac Sign Warning!


Zodiac Signs: A Warning, Zodiac Sign Warning!

The alleged influence of some of the signs is certainly more powerful and more difficult to overcome than others.

Signs that are governed by the Sun and Saturn are particularly hard, but right here let it be emphatically stated that neither Zodiacal Signs nor planets have the slight­est power over the spiritualized man or woman, spirit being absolute over all matter.

The stars may influence us, but God rules the stars, and when man recognizes God in himself, he can be dominated no longer by anything apart from God.

It is the habit of some stu­dents to complain of their signs and planets, and in some cases rather to look down upon their neighbors who have more to contend with in this matter of overcoming natural faults. But this is unwise, because the more there is of outward conditions to work out of the greater the credit.

The student in this science is soon convinced that there is no delusion about it, and after a little practice the careful observer can calculate with almost un­erring fidelity the domains of his friends and acquaintances by their general con­duct and habits.

The people who be­long in the fiery triplicity, for instance, are as different from those who belong in the watery triplicity as fire is different from water; the air people are entirely unlike the earth folks, and so on.

When a marked difference really exists between two persons born the same day, the intelligent observer and student will im­mediately set about comparing the environ­ments, always remembering that education is a most potent force in the evolution of the race.

Take the hard-working washer­woman, for instance, whose life from birth has been a struggle for the bare necessities of life, and the educated and protected wife and mother, who were born under the same sign. They may not appear to have any traits in common, but if the mat­ter is looked into they will be found alike in fundamental characteristics.

Take those, again, who are on the same plane of social and intellectual life. One may show the selfishness or the quick temper that belongs to her sign the other may appear quite thoughtless of self and as gentle as a summer breeze. The last has probably conquered the disagreeable and hinder­ing qualities, while the former has allowed them to conquer her.

If radical differences do really exist, they can be explained by the govern­ing planets; but these differences, com­paratively speaking, are few.

THE CUSP

Those who draw their first breath when one sign is giving place to another are said to belong on the Cusp, and so par­take of the characteristics of both signs. This may be an advantage or a disad­vantage, according to the harmony or in harmony of the signs. Six days in a sign is said to constitute a residence, but anything less than this time endows one with some of the qualities of the preceding sign.

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